‘Sundays at Space with Luciano’ receives back Erick Morillo

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Another Sunday rolled on last night as Luciano and his Vagabundos gang delivered one more roaring show at Space Ibiza. With a tour schedule busier than ever these days, the Cadenza man was on fire in the Main Room, topping off a week of gigs that saw him play at Sonus Festival, Marbella and Tenerife.

The Warm Up came courtesy of Felipe Valenzuela B2B Dani Casarano: the guys collectively run Melisma and Drumma, two labels that have become a synonym of emotive soulful Minimal Techno, which count on artists like Ricardo Villalobos, Thomas Melchior, Fumiya Tanaka and Satoshi Tomiie among their contributors and avid supporters. Sophisticated with lush funky sounds and earthly Latin American undertones, their set truly captured the essential combination of tribal rhythms, perpetual swings and seductive musicality, creating a unique synergy with the audience.

Franco Cinelli’s blend of “Disco, Funk, House, Techno, Soul, Dub, Hypnosis, Technology, Love and Peace” struck a chord (or many) with the crowd, touching on classic Chicago sounds and a string of influences from his native Argentina.

Luciano’s 2-hour journey saw him mixing some 2005 era hits with his most recent productions, creating a stream of grooves and beats that shook the dance floor. Absolutely smashing.

In the Terrace, London’s Eli & Fur played a sexy mix of House numbers and Electro Disco influenced tunes, the highlights of their gig being their own hits “Seeing is believing” and “You’re so high”, with their suave vibes and lyrics.

House master Erick Morillo was back at Space Ibiza yesterday for another highly anticipated show this summer: the legendary DJ was on top form and playing a good bunch of tracks taken from his Subliminal label catalogue, causing a “seismic reaction” on his dance floor, as he likes to put it.

In the Sunset Room, Argy was on the decks all night long. The Rhodes born artist entertained the crowd with his eclectic selection of music, ranging from Bossa Nova and Jazz to Krautrock and African Trance.

Luciano, Kenny Glasgow (Art Department), Argy and many more DJ’s will blow your mind on 30th August. Buy your tickets for Sundays at Space with Lucianoand join in this amazing crew.

Review by Franceso Bergomi



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